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1. MW Presents this Sunday!
2. New distribution and Reviews
3. Sound of the Mountain in Mexico.

Welcome to the Mystery & Wonder Mailing list. If you are receiving this for the first time we probably met during the Sound of the Mountain with Tetuzi Akiyama and Toshimaru Nakamura Canada tour. Thanks for coming to the shows and for reading!
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Mystery & Wonder présente:
SUPER FUN AWESOME SHOW WITH LOTS OF PALS.
musique expérimentale, sound art
dimanche le 24 novembre
à Bar Le “Ritz” P.D.B.
portes 19h, musique 19h30
$20 / $10 / $??
info@mwrecs.com

James Schidlowsky
Adam Saikaley
Anne-F Jacques / Stéphanie Castonguay / Alain Lefebvre
Moshi Moshi: Émilie Payeur / Charlotte Clermont
Nik Forrest
Martin Tétreault / Érick d’Orion / Elizabeth Millar
PCP TRIO : Craig Pedersen / Eric Craven / Alex Pelchat

bios, samples..:::: https://mwrecs.com/mwp-nov-24/

New reviews and distribution in the USA and Australia:



MW008: Sound of the Mountain with Tetuzi Akiyama and Toshimaru Nakamura is now available from the following distributors:


USA:
Careful Catalog: CLICK HERE
MDRGR: CLICK HERE
Squido: CLICK HERE

AUSTRALIA:
Shame File Music: CLICK HERE

JAPAN:
Ftarri: Available in store: http://www.ftarri.com/suidobashi/index-e.html
Otooto: Available at the venue http://otooto.jp/

 

We are happy to have received a number of new reviews.  Read below!


Vital Weekly #1202
"SometimesI had the impression they were all on their own, not minding what the others were doing and something it seemed to come together in a wonderfully harmonious way. I thought it was all quite extreme, moving to outer limits, with a certain uneasiness that was also, in some other way
pleasant. Not something you would easily stick on for some good fun, as it is music that I found quite demanding and that is, of course, a good thing" Frans De Waard.  Read the full review at http://www.vitalweekly.net/1202.html

Toneshift.net:
"the four work with intense harmony, creating an avant garde sound of broken noises, and curious musical crevices, filling in blanks, and leaving the riddle up tot he imagination. " - TJ Norris. read the full review at  https://toneshift.net/2019/10/04/new-october-releases/

Nitestylez.de:
"Spread over a total of roughly 36 minutes we see the four artists provide two extended compositions which combine their individual strengths to create an experimental, slightly distorted take on what might be called off-kilter Post-PostRock intermingling with Electroacoustics of different intensity levels..." Baze Djunkii. read the full review at http://www.nitestylez.de/2019/10/sound-of-mountain-with-tetuzi-akiyama.html

Jazz Tokyo: by Akira Saito.  This one is in Japanese, but read the full review at https://jazztokyo.org/reviews/cd-dvd-review/post-45421/

 

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Sound of the Mountain in Mexico next week, taking part in the UMBRAL festival:



November 28 - Querétaro: Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro
https://www.facebook.com/events/277807439800266/

November 29 - CDMX - Mercurio 
https://www.facebook.com/events/692241231265756/

other concerts to be announced, watch the Umbral facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/umbralsesiones

 

 

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